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Owning Palette: Dialog & User Interface VIs and Functions
Requires: Base Development System
Merges error I/O clusters from different functions.
This function looks for errors beginning with the error in 0 parameter and reports the first error found. If the function finds no errors, it looks for warnings and returns the first warning found. If the function finds no warnings, it returns no error. Use exception control to treat what is normally an error as no error or to treat a warning as an error.
|error in 0 describes the first error condition to check for errors.|
|error in 1 describes the second error condition to check for errors.|
|error out contains the first error found in error in 0, error in 1, and continuing in descending order for each input that is wired. If the VI finds no errors, error out contains the first warning found.|
When you place this function on the block diagram, it has two inputs available. You can add additional inputs to the node by right-clicking an input and selecting Add Input from the shortcut menu or by resizing the node. To remove inputs, right-click an input and select Remove Input from the shortcut menu or use resizing handles to resize the node.